Alleged Gang Member Arrested In Connection To Explosion Caused By Firecracker In InwoodInvestigators say he confessed to making an explosive device using an M-80 stuffed inside a bag of flour.
Controversial Theodore Roosevelt Statue Outside American Museum Of Natural History Will Be RemovedThe statue at the museum's entrance will be removed after years of criticism that it symbolizes colonialism and racial discrimination.
Gov. Cuomo: NYC Monument Honoring Essential Workers Will Be Ready By Labor DayIt will feature 19 red maple trees to symbolize the 19 groups of essential workers who served during the pandemic.
Man Struck By Car While Crossing Saw Mill River Parkway In YonkersCounty police say the victim was struck on the northbound side after crossing three lanes of traffic and a cement barrier.
#TogetherInPride: Ballroom Culture Now In The Spotlight After Starting Out Underground In New York CityBall and house culture as it came to be, according to community members, originated in New York City sometime around 1970 with African-American and Latin-American LGBTQ+ members in Harlem competing at balls for prizes and trophies.
Long Island Educators And Lawmakers Sound Alarm About THC-Laced Cookies That Look Like Snack For KidsEMT Joe Lattanzi sounded the alarm to Long Beach parents after an adult became violently ill.
Socialist Community Activist India Walton Defeats Incumbent 4-Term Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown In Democratic Primary"If you are in an elected office right now, you are being put on notice," Walton said to the enthusiastic cheers of her supporters. "We are coming."
Unclaimed Veterans Treated With Honor And Respect During Moving Ceremony In Monmouth CountyVeterans and law enforcement agencies came together in Monmouth and Ocean counties on Wednesday for a salute to arms for unclaimed veterans, those who have passed away and have no family.
NYC Public School Tours Aim To Ease Parent Concerns About Fall Return To ClassroomsEven though the school year is not done, New York City schools are preparing for all students to return in the fall.
Dispute Between Pal-O-Mine Horse Farm, Which Provides Therapy For The Disabled, And The Village Of Islandia, Heats UpThe controversy between farm and village has been brewing for years.
Washington Heights Public School Celebrates Record 90% Graduation Rate With In-Person Pomp And CircumstanceWednesday, 80 seniors were set to attend an in-person, slightly unorthodox graduation, being held in small group ceremonies throughout the day.
NYPD Introducing New Crisis Response Training To De-Escalate Situations Where Suspect Does Not Have A GunNYPD leaders say with ICAT, they're training officers not on any individual skill but for a specific positive outcome.
COVID-19: Experts Say Delta Variant Spreads Quickly And Is Dominant Strain In Under-Vaccinated AreasJust when much of the country has started to open up, there is alarming evidence of a new spike in the coronavirus pandemic.
New York's COVID State Of Emergency Set To Expire ThursdayAmong the rules expiring: The ability to get alcoholic beverages to go from restaurants and bars.
Conservation Work Done On Gay Liberation Monument In Christopher ParkThe sculptural group by George Segal is located in Christopher Park in Greenwich Village. It commemorates the Stonewall Riots.